Open the doors of this nondescript brick building in Koreatown and you enter a bygone era—the Hollywood supper club, complete with chandelier, floor-to-ceiling windows draped in blue velvet and a curved staircase leading up to a private lounge.
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Set in a historic 1920s building in Koreatown, Intercrew encompasses the stylish Art Deco architecture of old Hollywood glamour.
Koreatown’s grand dining room and cocktail destination Intercrew properly captured the glamour of the midcentury in this part of Los Angeles, back when the former nearby Ambassador Hotel and its Cocoanut Grove were the poshest places in the city to see and be seen. Now in the 21st century, Intercrew’s mix of arresting cocktail bar, midcentury touches, and dynamic lighting
With Art Deco design flourishes, high ceilings, and chandeliers, Intercrew is a glamorous New (Asian) American homage to an early aughts Koreatown nightclub by the same name.